Friday, July 29, 2011

Cupcake Day - RSPCA

Do you love animals? 


"Every year, the RSPCA NSW cares for and protects our state’s neglected, abused, injured and strayed animals. Last year, a staggering 46,558 animals came to the RSPCA NSW for help" ( RSPCA).


On Monday August 15 the Royal Society for the Protection of Animals (RSPCA) will be holding their annual fundraiser - Cupcake Day for the RSPCA. On this day registered cupcake enthusiasts around Australia bake and host cupcake parties to raise funds and support for the services of the RSPCA.




This year they are hoping to raise 3 million dollars to help the animals. I have registered and will be baking some delicious cupcakes which I will take into work. I haven't decided on what type I will bake but am hoping you can all help me decide by suggesting some flavour/design combos.


I am also asking everyone to get involved including fellow food bloggers. 


You can do this in two ways:


1. Visit my fundraising page and make a donation here and/or


2. Register your own page and get baking!


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Having volunteered at the RSPCA I can honestly say they do a fantastic job and really need your support. No amount is too small and don't forget your donation is tax deductible - so it's a win win for all involved. Yay!

Thanks in advance 


Erin x







4 comments:

becsmog said...

Nice one! I'm a sucker for mini cupcakes with buttercream icing myself. And being a boring old traditionalist it's gotta be chocolate or vanilla for me :)

Best of luck
Becs

Addison Avenue said...

That choc recipe makes nice mud cupcakes with little fondant dog bones on the top. Wish I was going to your work on the 15th!

The Food Mentalist said...

Becs how good is buttercream! And mini are always a great idea, they go further :) Addison Avenue: I love the idea of the fondant dog bone, thanks x

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella said...

Oh is it that time already? :O I really hope I have time to do something but I think I'll be away. Thanks for the reminder! :D

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